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#186348 Not very lucky at the moment

Posted by vitesse on 09 July 2013 - 01:37 PM

Why me!!! lol

 

First I got done for speeding, had to pay for the naughty speeders course and half my tooth fell out. Having nearly got that sorted out went to get up of the sofa on sunday evening and stubbed my toe on the armchair and....SNAP

 

Yep, well and truly broken it, was bent at like 45 degrees sideways, got to A&E and had an Xray and not only had i broken it also dislocated it too, so on with the gas and air and yelling a few expletives while they snap it all back into place, had to go back today to find out if i'd need an op to pin it. Luckily no i dont however signed off work an on crutches for 3 weeks.

 

Guess what I'm supposed to be doing at work next week....yep....2 weeks of annual leave :( so ive lost my holidays now

 

So if anyone wants lottery numbers for the weekend just ask me and then pick anything except what i suggest :wink:




#187293 WatercoolingUK March Giveaway - WINNER ANNOUNCED

Posted by Rob* on 14 March 2014 - 05:07 PM

Hi Everyone,

 

OK so we've decided, to celebrate our 10th year for the rest of this year, each month we'll be giving away at least one popular product which has either just been released or has been a best seller recently.

 

There is only half of March left, so this will give you more chance to Win as there will potentially be less people applying :)

 

Prize Details:
March Giveaway - EK Water Blocks EK-FC R9-290X - Acetal - Worth over £85.00 (shipped)

 

How can i win?:

Two simple steps...

  1. Post a reply in this topic below saying "Gimme some EK goodness"
     
  2. Like our Facebook page and confirm this by liking or sharing the Facebook post about the March Giveaway on our wall.

Rules:

  1. You need to be a registered member of the Watercooling UK forum with a post count of 5 or more.
     
  2. Shipping is covered within the UK up to the value of £10.00, due to the popularity of our site in other countries, you may apply if outside of the UK but shipping will be charged.
     
  3. Prize must be claimed within 1 month of winning, you will be emailed, if no reply you will be called, if no reply we will attempt to find you on Facebook or other means, if we get no reply then your prize will be given away in another draw throughout the year.
     
  4. This prize cannot be won by Watercooling UK Staff or their associates.
     
  5. Have fun, and help us make this a monthly thing!

Thanks for reading, and good luck =D:

 

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Forum Competition Winner :: MARCH

 

MattWill - Please contact me if you read this first, but i have sent you a PM.

Congrats :)

 

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#185184 Lian li V2000 for sale (not by me)

Posted by sebyg666 on 06 November 2012 - 01:00 PM

Hya guys.
After joining this forum and seeing what Andy did with his V2000's i decided to look for the same case. I really like its looks and the enormous space it has. I searched and searched and googled my touchy off for about 2 weeks and came across 2.
one was here in the UK and the other is in Dallas USA. Off course I got the one that was here in the UK but the one from the USA is still up for grabs and i just wanted to share the info with people here on the forum since i saw a few people are looking for one.

Unfortunately I don't have the person's Email address. So you will have to join the forums on Overclock.net and then you will want to contact utnorris . Just so you also know the price, he wants $130 for the case and the shipping to M30 (thats me) is $126 so please bare in mind the price for shipping may be different for you and also that if anyone decides to contact him I hold no responsibility for anything as I'm just forwarding information. I do hope this does not break any forum rules. If it does feel free to remove this thread.

I genuinely hope this helps someone get the case they want. I did get the permission to pass on this info from the gentleman so just let him know if you contact him that its thanks to me.

Hope everyone has a nice day.
Seb.

P.S. here is a direct link to his profile.


#95463 Rep

Posted by Davep on 08 March 2009 - 12:07 PM

I see not a lot of people are using the rep system

Would be a good idea for people to add rep when people help out

Come on guys start using it, seems a bit pointness having it on here if no one is using it

Some people may no actually know its on here, has it is a bit hidden on here

to add rep do this

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Then just press agree or disagree

- If you disagree, a point get taken away from there rep
- Agree, a point gets added

Then just write a comment is the box about the rep

And then click add to reputation


To find out how many rep points you got, and who gave you rep, just go into User CP, and it will say all the rep you have recieved

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Also Another Way You Can See Your Rep Status Or Others Rep (This is Just From/On A Normal Thread)

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#95111 A Guide To Hardware Testing

Posted by Elemental_Dragon on 06 March 2009 - 11:40 AM

Might be worth a sticky, not sure, but I've typed this out so many times before (Mainly for Davep :P). Also not sure if it should be Tech or Guides.... Maybe both?

***ALWAYS TEST YOUR RIG ON AIR BEFORE YOU WATERCOOL IT***
It'll save many hours of stress, blood, sweat n' tears and of course, money!


:: Testing Your Newly Built Rig ::

1).After you power it on it...

  • A). ...Boots up successfully. Congratulations! You have built your rig correctly first time round and have no fualty gear!
  • B). ...Beeps repeatedly. Two things it can be here.
    1). First, check your power cables. It's most likely that you have not plugged in the GPU power cable.
    2). The other common repetitive beep is that you haven't installed or correctly seated your RAM.
    3). ***Gigabyte Boards only*** BIOS Error - this usually results in an RMA unfortunately due to the BIOS chip being corrupted.
  • C). ...Nothing at all, no power what so ever.
    1). Check all the leads are attatched to the motherboard and GPU's, the front panel switch is wired up correctly etc.
    2). Your PSU is most likely faulty. Use a tester such as this one to test and confirm. (there are fancier 1s but these are 1 of the best imo as it gives clear, simple to understand results)
  • D). ...Powers on, but there is no display.
    1). Did it make a post beep? If so, check that the monitor cable is plugged in and if so, try the other port. Still no display? Then it's most likely the GPU that is at fault. Swap the GPU out for another card for testing purposes.
    2). No post beep. Start backtracking. Check to see the GPU has enough power (modern cards have LED indicators on the cards that light up red if there is not enough power). If you are using adapters, try disconnecting and HDD's and DVD drives you may have - your PSU may not have enough power to power all the rails. Still nothing? Try a different GPU (idealy a non powered 1). Still nothing? Try taking all the RAM out the system. If the motherboard beeps repeatedly, then it recognises that there is no RAM. Reseat the RAM one at a time. You may have a faulty stick or slot. If the board doesn't beep with no RAM in it, then we're looking at a duff board or CPU. Try testing with a different CPU. If it still doesn't post, check again with no RAM. Again, if there's no beep, then we know that the motherboard has a fault. Time to RMA.
  • E). ... It powers on, but there's distortion on the screen. Distortion, blocks of red/blue/green or white on the BIOS post screen or in Windows unfortunately means there is a fault with the GPU or monitor. Test with another card or monitor to confirm which of the 2 it is. On rare occasions (I mean very rare) a driver update can resolve this problem if it only occurs within Windows. (I had 2 9600GT's and the first was fine but came back 2 days later with distortion when playing BF2142. I put in the 2nd and it did the same thing until I did a driver update. RMA'd the original card and it was returned having passed 24hrs of Crysis benchmark utility)

  • F). If the system was all working, and/or none of these help. Reset the CMOS (remove the battery for ~10mins / press "Clear CMOS button if your motherboard has one)
That's all I can think off at the moment. If people would like me to add to this, please feel free to ask and I'll see what I can do. :D

~Bex


#186438 Project Marshlands: A Military Themed Build..

Posted by keenan on 17 July 2013 - 12:02 AM

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Hello guys.
 
This is my first ever project, most from old and second hand stuff so it's not being build for performance.. It is however themed to be a military build so it'll be build around the following..
 
ASUS Sabertooth 990FX
Amd FX 4100
16GB Corsair Vengeance Memory
nVidia GTX470's
Dont know about the PSU yet, but hoping to get my hands on something powerful enough for both gpu's

 

Corsair Vengeance C70 (Military Green)
 
Everything will be watercooled apart from the Sabertooth to keep the color scheme..
 
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Pics of the hardware
 
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Sponsored by:
 

Fans sponsored by Akasa
 
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Power supply sponsored by Corsair
 
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Case mods sponsored by Mnpctech
 
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#185929 Last of the Folders!

Posted by IanF on 02 February 2013 - 01:38 PM

Oh well,


looks like the Folding Team has finally died a death as I'm the only one left :cry:.

Think I'll keep it going until I top the leader board then that'll do me as I've been at it since 2005.

It was good while it lasted.

Ian.


#132039 Rep

Posted by andybones12 on 12 September 2009 - 11:56 PM

Can't get rep after 2000 posts,quite alot of trading and never a bad word.Hmm so what's the point of rep then.:|

Andy


#91914 MOT stuff for your info

Posted by 7755matt on 19 February 2009 - 07:21 PM

All the test manuals have recently been made available publicly.

Not sure if any of you will be interested, but its a way to look up things they test, how and reasons the vehicle can fail.

LINKY LINKY


#187239 New WatercoolingUK Website Launch 01/03/2014

Posted by Rob* on 28 February 2014 - 10:42 AM

Hey Everyone,

 

We're quite excited here at WCUK today, as tomorrow we go live with our brand new site and forums.. It's been a long time coming but i'm sure everyone will agree that it's been well worth the wait.

 

Thanks to all of our Beta testers on the Website and Forums who have been activing bug shooting with us, everything is more polished now.

 

Here's some new features:

 

- Brand new WCUK design for our 10th Year
- Today Only Sales

- This week Only Sales

- Overall enhanced user experience within customer account pages

- Overall enhanced visual experience across the whole site & forums

- Larger thumbnails, clearer product images

- Updated and working Tracking modules via Royal Mail, UK Mail and UPS

- Fully updated RMA system, with interactive Ticket assistance.

- Live Support via our forum Chat feature

- System Builder for customised systems and Watercooled Cases (will launch within 1 months of the main site launch)

- Introduction of Product Stream which is product news and new products

- Guest Check-out facility

- Customers can print their own PDF invoices from their account pages

- Customers will be able to add to, remove from their own orders prior to us taking payment.

 

The list goes on... We simply cannot wait.

 

With this being our 10th Year, we're planning to run a prize giveaway each month right the way through till 2015, this is being backed by some of the largest manufacturers and suppliers we've dealt with over the last 10 years.




#186778 10th Year Site / Forum changes + We need your help!

Posted by Rob* on 02 January 2014 - 06:36 PM

Hey all..
 
Just wanted to put a post on here to let you know that soon we'll be making the move over to our new website, and in turn the forums will also be re-designed around that to keep them looking the same / similar and maybe to push some cross promotion who knows :)
 
Amongst other things, one of the main reasons we're moving to the new design is to grow the brand up a little from what people have known over the past 10 years, and also the fact that it's been 10 years since we launched WatercoolingUK, we thought it would be great to change things up a little.
 
The new site is a very clean looking, feature enhanced model - It takes alot of inspiration from some of the bigger sites out their right now and also enables us to move onto the next level and support the growth we have in store for the next comming years.
 
Due to the above changes, we'll have some down time on the forums, hopefully not too much but i just wanted to let you know.
 
We are also looking for the following people to help us out:
 
Forum Administrator & Social Presence.

Forum Administrator with existing knowledge of forum administration, so knowing IPBoard software is a ideal but if you've used VB or PHPBB extensively I dare say you can pick IPBoard up easily. You also need to have a keen eye on Social Media and postings, and be able to post on behalf of the company about new products and promote sales / giveaways. This role has a negotiated pay attached to it and you will become part of the WCUK Front line team.
 
Customer Service advisor.

We have an opening for a full or part time customer service advisor, who's role would be to stand on the front line of our business along side a small team helping customers, promoting the business and dealing with return for all brands, along with a great ability to solve problems and resolve them so that customers are satisfied. You will be self motivated and work directly with a small team of other advisors here in Manchester or we could be flexible to the right person and allow remote working from your home location. Salary depending on experience and conforms with national minimum wage.
 
Forum Moderators

Forum moderators with existing knowledge of the roll to help keep posts in line and fight those pesky bots! This role is none paid but comes with a fixed Moderator discount on any of our stores.
 
Facebook / Twitter Moderators
 
We'll be putting 1 Facebook and Twitter moderator into action to help deal with any enquiries or questions which come through from Social Media, and also to work with the Forum Administrator with new product posts, sales and giveaways. This role is none paid but comes with a fixed Moderator discount on any of our stores.
 
To apply for any of the above posts, please drop an email over to jobs@wcukonline.co.uk making the subject the job you're interested in and if it's a paid role, you’re CV.
 
Happy New year everyone :sos:




#186502 GPU+waterblock advice needed.

Posted by MopiGothi on 03 August 2013 - 05:50 PM

Howdy!

 

I'm trying to find something that Google in its infinite wisdom seems unable to tell me. Almost as though the manufacturers never thought of, so never listed it as a specification so there's nothing to match with a search... hmm

 

Most graphics cards are two slot affairs, but I have a MicroATX motherboard, and want two cards - and a soundcard.

 

So I started looking for cards that only take up one slot - fine if I want something not capable of running the current games.

 

But of course, whack a waterblock on a card and suddenly it's single slot right? Well, rarely as in their "wisdom" manufacturers put on power connectors that are two slots wide, and a second DVI connector also making it too wide.

 

So... I thought Watercoolinguk,co.uk might know a thing or two about waterblocks... so I came here.

 

Right.

Per card budget is approximately £200 (if I eat noodles for a whole months maybe £300)... 

Needs to be as gaming capable as possible - and overclockable 

But also needs to be able to be single slot when using a waterblock...

 

Any combination of Card and Waterblock that works is cool, I don't have any brand affiliations to worry about, but I do want the maximum graphics potential from the thinest package possible.

 

I have been sifting the entire internet for this, each time I find a card - can't find a waterblock to fit, or if I can find a block it's got two slot wide sockets...

 

£300 monies (so faaaar end of affordable and makes waterblocks another month away...) in the right online shop gets a KFA2 GTX680 with only one row of ports narrow power sockets but can't find anything that says it fits block-wise... or I tracked down some Asus 7870 cards which as version 1 would have cut down to one slot - but nowhere has them in stock anymore and only the version 2 exist - they have double width sockets...

 

Thanks in advance, I've a credit card aching to buy stuff, but don't want get stuff that wont do what I want the way I want...




#185546 Project Arclight

Posted by tobyak on 08 January 2013 - 05:14 PM

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Behold my latest creation to be

Project Arclight will be a huge case built on an Enermax Fulmo GT chassis with some serious power behind it also provided by Enermax in the shape of the mighty Platimax 1200watt psu

Te Arclight will be an all acrylic outer shell with a double action doors and servo actuated fan intakes that will open and close based on fan speeds, the shell will have a double tone look with layered panels of black and flourescent blue to accent every edge even the 100s of vent parts will have glowing edges, the interior will be a partitioned system very much like the custom partition for my other project "Sulaco" but with far more refinement

Much of the details i would like to keep slightly underwraps untill I post them for that extra mystery, heres a little peek at the exterior

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several sponsors are already assisting me on this build and there help is as ever massively appreciated i simply would not be able to do this without them

Acrylic and solvent supplied by Hindleys. These guys are amazing, catering for 100s of different types of materials from plastic to metal and everything in between. And allays happy to answer even the craziest of questions a modder like me can ask

Massive thanks to Enermax for supplying a Fulmo GT, Platimax 1200wall and a vast array of case fans from there amazing Vegas range

Thanks also go to Bitfenix for givign me so much on my last project that i have enough spare to add to Arclight


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Stay tuned for a lot more to come........


#163641 Looking for some help with ssd setup.

Posted by spoon on 16 June 2010 - 12:01 AM

You all know where the rep button is :P


#132134 Rep

Posted by subset7 on 13 September 2009 - 08:03 PM

I,ve never been able to leave rep for anyone,it doesn't seem to work for me for some reason :-s


#187616 Project XFCN (military style)

Posted by Richi on 20 October 2014 - 08:24 AM

Back again with a quick little update, this time with the front and tubing work done, as you saw the front of the case was changed up a bit, I have also after adding a coat of gloss black, used silver to give it a scratched metal feel to it.
 

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I decided to cover the res, with piece of acrylic too, but used a piece with 50% less ting than the lower section. (Ignore the part under the acrylic at the top, this was just weighed down to insure the CDrom bay cover didn’t raise up while the top acrylic was drying and knock it out of place) I also as with the bottom panel added some scratches to the acrylic which will be filled with silver as with bottom piece, I am happy with the front to give that worn look. Moving on to the Primochill PETG tubing, it was time to measure and cut some.
 

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Again thanks to Dremel for this puppy, it became very useful during this build, it made cutting the pipes straight easy as pie, also the blades are really thing so you get a nice thin cut.
 

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Now I would love to say this was easy due to the acrylic bender from Primochill, but being my first time using this tubing it was not, I wasted two and a half meters of the stuff before I sussed it out!! Then when done I changed one pipe I made, simply because I did not like the angle of it, so if your going to do this for the first time, I would say get a couple of tubes and practice loads of different bends with them, just to get the hang of it.  
 
The plus side to all this was the acrylic bender, I imagine my waste would have been a lot more without it. Big word of advice though, is get the Primochill kit, it comes with some gloves and a tube to put inside the tube to stop it from collapsing in, it also comes with a little tube of lube to help slide it in… (no pron puns please). Anyway here is what I got up to with it.
 

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I had made the fill port section too, but cannot fit it until the top panel gets back from paint, clear was used for the cpu tubes and black for the return from radiator tubes and drain port.
 

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Done, now to jazz it up a little and get all the cammo vinyl segments out and start random placing each colour piece out to match the other cammo pieces in the case.
 

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I like the result so time to add it to the other black pipes.
 

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Very happy with the way it looks, the only change I done was the CPU to radiator pipe, now to move on and see how it looks with a bit of lighting inside.
 

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Setup for lighting test will just involve putting the PSU and memory in, just to see how it looks.
 

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Also you may have noticed the change of Primochill logo on the Flow meter to gold, this was to match the gold and black power cables I had chosen. (due to the fact the logos on reverse side and roof will be gold and I just wanted to put a bit of a different colour in there).
 
In the next update I will be moving on to the back, and also hopefully installing panels ready ti flush, fill and drain the water loop for install, I should also have some pictures of the painted panels to add.



#187605 Project XFCN (military style)

Posted by Richi on 04 October 2014 - 09:42 AM

So as my last image posted was of the guns mounted, let’s take a look at the Umarex replicas themselves, we will start off with the Umarex HECKLER & KOCH MP5 A5 an electric based Airsoft replica that can be found here.
 

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As you can see the detailing is amazing on this one to one replica and makes a great choice for the external function (XFCN) part of this mod, the trigger is the power switch and also the safety works so no one can just go up to the pc and pull the trigger resulting in a power down.
 

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Moving on to the next Umarex replica, this is a gas blow back airsoft rifle and is a another great one to one replica of the real HECKLER & KOCH MP7 NAVY , this is my favourite of the two and actually has some good kick back when fired. More info on this can be found here
 

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My favourite of the two of these simply to its accuracy to the real one and although the build quality on both is superb I have to say I prefer the size of this one. Here a couple of hdr shots of it loaded out with scope, folding foregrip and side sights.
 

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That’s all for today, I will be venturing into the build part soon as panels have been sent off for painting, stay tuned for more.



#185213 Project: Perfect vSphere 5 Whitebox!

Posted by spoon on 25 November 2012 - 04:03 PM

I have been entertaining HP ProLiant MicroServer N36L for nearly a year now. Great machine for the money and with cost of around £120 (after the cashback) it was an absolute bargain at the time! Box has been upgraded to 8GB of DDR3 RAM (maximum the mobo can take) and its running ESXi 4.1 U1 absolutely fine. Disk space wise, there is only 30 GB Vertex SSD for few VMs (and .vswp files), rest of the storage needs is provided by QNAP TS-509 NAS (by means of NFS and iSCSI) This setup has been absolutely flawless so far but there is simply not enough RAM and CPU power for my needs (or rather my VMs). CPU Ready is going through the roof quite often due to AMD Athlon II Neo 1.30GHz processor which is just slightly better performer compared to Intel Atom range. 8GB of RAM is tight and ESXi was paging like mad to .vswp files hence why I put them on SSD which helped only to certain extent. At the end I kinda had enough and decided to build a custom server which would address all of the issues above.


Here is what I came up with:


Processor: Intel Xeon X3450 2.66GHz with HT/VT-x and VT-d
Processor Cooling: Corsair CWCH100 Hydro Series H100 Cooler
Processor Cooling Fans: 2 x Noctua NF-P12
Motherboard: Supermicro X8SIL-F-O Server Board
RAM: Kingston 4 x 8GB Memory [KVR1333D3Q8R9S/8G]
Case: Lian-Li PC-V350B
Case Noise Dampening: AcoustiPack LITE (APL) Multi-Layered Soundproof Material
Case Backplate: Custom backplate to incorporate moving PSU to the right and adding 120mm exhaust fan

5.25" Drive Bay Cooling: Evercool Armour ATX HDD Cool Box HD-AR
5.25" Drive Bay Cooling Fan: Noctua NF-R8-1800

Case Exhaust Fan [Back]: 1 x Noctua NF-P12
Case Exhaust Fan Guard: 120mm Standard Wire Case Fan Guard Grill [Black]

Power Supply: Be Quiet! BN180 L8 430W Modular PSU
Storage 1: Samsung 830 256GB SSD (main datastore)
Storage 2: Seagate Barracuda 2TB [ST2000DM001] (second datastore)
Storage 3: Vertex 1 30GB SSD (.vswp datastore)
Storage 4: Patriot Extreme Performance Xporter XT Rage 8GB (local storage for ESXi)
Storage Adapter Bracket: SilverStone SST-FP55B (allows 1 x 5.25" and 2 x 2.5" in one 5.25" slot!)

Network 1: Onboard Dual Intel 82574L Gigabit Ethernet Controllers
Network 2: HP NC360T PCI Express Dual Port Gigabit Server Adapter [which effectively is Intel PRO/1000 PT Dual Port NIC]
Network 3: Intel Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X520-DA2, 10GbE, Dual Port

RAID Controller: IBM ServeRAID M1015 [which kinda is LSI 9220-8i]
ODD: Toshiba/Samsung TS-H653 20x DVD±RW DL SATA Drive



More when I get some pictures done (or rather work!)


#173628 Folding questions

Posted by Gooders on 19 December 2010 - 02:34 PM

No doult it will get flamed but...

EVGA
4 slot

EVGA X58 Classified3


foxcon

to check
Bloodrage GTI-1366
Renaissance II-1366
Renaissance-1366
Bloodrage-1366

3 pci
Inferno Katana GTI-1156
Inferno Katana -1156
ELA -775
N68S7AA-8EKRS2H-775
BLACKOPS-775
Destroyer-am2/am2+



intel
asrock x4
X58 Deluxe3-1366


asrockx3
X58 Extreme6-1366
X58 Extreme3-1366
X58 Extreme-1366
P55 Extreme-1156

amd
asrockx4

asrockx3
890FX Deluxe4-am3
890FX Deluxe3-am3
890GX Extreme4-am3
890GX Extreme3-am3
K10N780SLIX3-WiFi-am2/am2+



msi
intel
x6
Big Bang-XPower-1366

x4
Eclipse Plus.-1366

x3
Eclipse SLI.-1366
X58 Pro-E.-1366
X58 Pro-E USB3.-1366
X58A-GD45.-1366
X58A-GD65.-1366
Big Bang-Fuzion.-1156
P55-GD80.-1156
Big Bang-Trinergy.-1156

msi
amd
x5
890FXA-GD70-am3

x4
790FX-GD70-am3
790FX-GD70 Winki Edition-am3
K9A2 Platinum V2-am2+

x3
NF980-G65-am3




gigabyte
intel

x3
GA-X58-USB3-1366
GA-EX58-DS4-1366
GA-P55-UD6-C-1156
GA-P55-UD6-1156

x7
GA-X58A-UD9-1366

x4
GA-X58A-UD7-1366
GA-X58A-UD5-1366
GA-X58A-UD7 rev1 wc northbridge-1366
GA-X58A-UD5 rev2-1366
GA-X58A-UD3R-1366
GA-X58A-UD3R rev2-1366
GA-P55A-UD7-1156

amd3
x4
GA-890FXA-UD5-am3


x6
GA-890FXA-UD7-am3


x3
GA-790FXTA-UD5-am3


asus
intel
x3
P6T SE-1366
P6TD Deluxe-1366
P6X58D Premium-1366
P6X58D Premium-1366
SABERTOOTH X58-1366
Maximus III Formula-1156
P7P55D PRO-1156

x4
Rampage III Extreme-1366
P7F7-E WS Supercomputer-1156
P5N64 WS Professional-775
Crosshair IV Formula-am3


x6
P6T6 WS Revolution-1366


x7
P6T7 WS SuperComputer-1366

x5
P7P55 WS Supercomputer-1156
Crosshair IV Extreme-am3



Looks a mess but its readable...just


#171177 just thought id let u know

Posted by ACE1981 on 27 October 2010 - 02:04 PM

was 140kg 22st 6lbs
now im 106.6 kg 16st 10lbs 5kg left till 15st 13lbs B) on a platua at mo weight loss has slowed down :(

i was in a bad state due to my illness and l let myself completely go to waste not where id want to be again ,
ive alway had weight problem all my life due to illness and thyroid and hated my self for the way i look
id never take pic of my self

but 6 month back i was at my lowest and was getting despressed over it so i decided enough is enough and decided to sort my self out
went from 1 main big [i dont mean big big lol ]meal a day to 3 small meals i.e breakfast 1 weekabix drop of milk - dinner fat free yogurt for protein and friut - lunch cod fish and potatoes have 1300 cal a day sometime i cant be bothered to eat that

it changed my life a lot more confident in talking to people cant walk to far due to my illness legs give way after a while on them have a genetic bone problem cant asorb all the daily calcium in to bones illness is called allbrights but im unter treatment and every thing going good

with the weight of me it helping my legs alot aswell :)

i did take pic of before and after so i can look back when i completed my weight loss
and say that was me keep me determined to never go back to that way again

bought myself a multygym should be here in 2 weeks from littlewoods so plann to strenghen myself to help my legs further :)

i hate the pic im going to show its just horrible hope ur not eating lol alway felt like why am i here and living im useless
would guess that from me on here would ya lol

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this one was in july already lost 2 1/2 st so was even bigger
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this one in august 52lbs lost at this point
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this one from september at 114kg
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this is the best pic of me i think of my improvements but that was in september when i was 17st 8lbs lost 1 stone more since then :D ..... http://sphotos.ak.fb...2_4984354_n.jpg

Attached File  Photo0225.jpg   84.23KB   41 downloads current looks 16st 10lbs 106.6kg B)

Attached File  Photo0217.jpg   111.4KB   38 downloads these 2 are the latest pics :)
i feel alot more happier now than anytime in my entire life but im not gonna stop till im 12-13 st
cuss of the way i felt obout my self i didnt like to speak to other people in person as most of the time i got panick attacks i just shiver cant stop it but now im more confident im ok B)